Mt. Rainier HEADLINES
USGS hydrologist Matt Bachmann will give presentation March 20.
Paradise at Mount Rainier lived up to its name Wednesday.
A man found dead at Mount Rainier has been identified as 37-year-old Louis Landry of Puyallup, the Pierce County Medical Examiner’s Office said Tuesday.
On a snowshoe trip to Camp Muir, missing man got lost during winter storm Saturday night.
If the scientists are right, the end is near for a Northwest treasure at least as we know it. Climate change is melting Mount Rainiers glaciers at six times the historic rate.
Man had fallen 50 feet and broke both bones in one lower leg.
Mount Rainier National Park reopened the Nisqually Entrance Wednesday, a day after it was closed because of flooding.
Flooding near Kautz Creek has forced Mount Rainier National Park to close the Nisqually entrance in the southwest corner of the park
All visitors and employees at Mount Rainier National Park are being evacuated as the Kautz Creek continues to flood the road between the Nisqually entrance and Longmire.
Mount Rainier, Olympic formally propose raising entrance fee from $15 to $25.
An estimated 100,000 gallons have leaked out of the water system.
The Jackson Visitor Center at Paradise in Mount Rainier National Park will is closed this weekend and visitors are be asked to plan accordingly.
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